The sculpture in 2019
|Medium||Cor-ten steel sculpture|
|Location||Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.|
Transparent Horizon is a 1975 black Cor-ten steel sculpture by Louise Nevelson, installed on the Massachusetts Institute of Technology campus, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States. The artwork was among the first funded by MIT's "per cent per art" program, and has been the target of vandalism.
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- Nevelson, Louise; Danto, Arthur C.; N.Y.), Jewish Museum (New York; Guzman, Gabriel de (March 23, 2007). "The Sculpture of Louise Nevelson: Constructing a Legend". Yale University Press – via Google Books.
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- Transparent Horizon, 1975 at cultureNOW
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